Freebie Friday | Sassy Señorita SVG Cut File
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Fun and Festive Quote for Fiery Cinco de Mayo Revelers
Hola, Señoritas! Hope you had a great Easter! Maybe had a few pieces of chocolate fall out of the basket? I won't tell.
Next up on the calendar is every taco lover's favorite holiday. Before you start rolling those tamales, make yourself a new shirt for the occasion. This one's for the ladies who get a little sassy after a few margaritas:
If you're like me, a serape just isn't going to happen on the 5th, but we can get the same effect with this cute striped lettering. And it's hard to resist confetti (especially when you don't have to clean it up!):
Speaking of the confetti, this one's a little less welded than my usuals. I left all of the confetti un-welded so you can decide how many colors you want to use and not waste a ton of vinyl when cutting.
The striped "Señorita" is the only layered part with striped layers over solid base letters. Want to cheat and make it a faster project? simply delete all of the extra stripe layers, select everything and right-click, compound path in Studio or attach in Design Space.
You'll get a quick project great for a daily cosmetics bag:
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Each download contains a ZIP FILE with four folders:
- SVG – for use with Silhouette (upgraded), Cricut and other vinyl cutters
- DXF – for use with Silhouette Studio without the Design Edition upgrade (no tracing needed)
- PNG - transparent photo image for printing and mockups, if you need a mirrored image, please send me a message and I’ll email copies over
- EPS - print, large plotters, Corel Draw users
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